Yusuf Williams, a material qualification engineer with Harman, has found great value in serving as the North America representative of the Supplier Alliance. The Supplier Alliance is comprised of AIAG (North America), CLEPA (Europe), and JAPIA (Japan and Asia Pacific). Its purpose is for the three associations to collaborate and share information on laws, regulations, and materials compliance rules coming out of their region.Read More
Join us for the next webinar in our Core Tools Support™ (CTS) software series!Read More
Our 2019 event lineup continues through November! Newer to (or transitioning within) the automotive industry? Join us at our October 2nd Future Automotive Expert event. Looking to network with other Quality, Corporate Responsibility or Supply Chain and Customs professionals? Join us at our Quality Summit, IMDS Conference or Customs Town Hall, respectively!Read More
Wayne State University (WSU) student Luke Tappen is no stranger to the automotive industry; Although he’s just preparing to graduate from WSU with his bachelor’s in global supply chain management and finance, he already has experience working, networking, and even mentoring in the field!Read More
At AIAG, it's always event season! From the co-hosted AIAG/SCAC Supply Chain and Quality Conference in mid-September, to our annual Customs Town Hall in early November, we've got a fantastic lineup coming soon. Read on for more details!Read More
More class dates now available!
Interested in the AIAG & VDA Process FMEA: Transitioning for Practitioners course? We've added several new date options so you can join us at your convenience! Seats are currently available for the following dates: 10/21-10/22; 10/23-10/24; 11/11-11/12; 11/13-11/14; 12/2-12/3; and 12/4-12/5.Read More
AIAG & VDA FMEA Essentials for Transitioning eLearning
The AIAG & VDA FMEA Essentials for Transitioning eLearning is now available for purchase. This 2-3 hour online course provides you with a clear understanding of the principles and values driving the new approach, including the warning signs of a poor approach and specific calls-to-action from the new handbook.
AIAG, in partnership with NQC – a global leader in cyberthreat detection – today announced the launch of a suite of cybersecurity tools to help automotive suppliers compare their current cybersecurity capabilities to industry best practices. The Supply Safe™: Cyber Safe Bundle includes a one-time third party virtual audit, along with either a basic or advanced enterprise risk assessment. Together, these resources allow suppliers to evaluate their overall cybersecurity efforts and identify the most critical areas for improvement.